PROCEDURES FOR EVALUATING PERSONNEL READINESS AFLOAT.
Interim rept. Jan-Jun 66,
NAVAL PERSONNEL PROGRAM SUPPORT ACTIVITY WASHINGTON DC PERSONNEL RESEARCH LAB
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This research memorandum deals with development of the most likely approach for securing acceptable personnel evaluation standards. The long range goal of the project is to develop a personnel readiness subsystem for integration into a single readiness system for integration into a single readiness system for ships. This phase of the research has encompassed an investigation into the state of the art analysis and conferences to determine OPNAV and Fleet positions on readiness standards modification and addition to working definitions and, refinement of the statement of the problem. As a result of looking into the field, the hypothesis is advanced that a predictor score for ORI performance can be developed from 1 Quantitative figures by categories such as rate, rating, and NEC 2 Standard record data such as time in rate, time in service, and test battery scores and 3 Time assigned to duty, weighted by criticality. It seems highly probable that a system can be developed which would predict the personnel element of operational performance. The keystone of such a system would be a personnel readiness index or a predictor score for performance in operational functions.
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